China Consumer Confidence Index
Xinhua Finance eziData China Consumer Confidence Index (CCCI) is
a barometer of Chinese consumers' changing outlook toward the
macro-economy, pricing and living conditions.The CCCI is
composed of two sub-indices, namely, the current index and
expectations index, covers four key sectors (real estate,
durables, automobiles and stock investment) and offers detailed
demographic data on age, income level and geography. Xinhua
Finance eziData China Consumer Confidence Index is based on a
monthly survey of 1,500 Chinese households via stratified random
sampling in 50 representative cities across the eastern, middle
and western parts of China using the well-established
methodology of the University of Michigan. All data is collected
via computer assisted telephone interviewing (CATI). Index of
April 2007 survey is set as the benchmark (100).
Source: Xinhua Finance Media.